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Adam Mornement is an Associate Principal of Lovell Chen Architects & Heritage Consultants. He is an historian (BA, Hons, History of Design, Brighton, England), with a Masters degree in cultural heritage (MA, Cultural Heritage, Deakin). He joined Lovell Chen in 2007. His work for the practice includes the preparation of heritage management plans/strategies, urban heritage studies, asset management plans and heritage impact assessments. Key areas of interest and expertise include the development of long-term strategic plans for the adaptation of industrial heritage sites, and the delivery of heritage interpretation strategies.
In all aspects of his work he is committed to a collaborative approach. He has an established track record of working successfully with diverse stakeholders, including statutory authorities and in delivering positive outcomes for developments in heritage contexts. He is also engaged in staff mentoring programs, both at Lovell Chen and externally. In 2015, he ran a capacity-building workshop on the preparation of conservation management plans for young practitioners in Yangon, Myanmar.
Adam is an experienced writer and author. Before moving to Melbourne from London in 2006, he was deputy editor of World Architecture magazine, and features editor of Regeneration & Renewal magazine. He has provided editorial consultancy advice to the British government and the Prince Claus Fund (Amsterdam), and written or co-authored a number of books, including Corrugated Iron — Building on the Frontier (published in London and New York, 2008).